Why Trial Experience Matters
The criminal justice system does not always work the way you want it to. While you can work toward a settlement outside of court, sometimes it is impossible. When trial is your last option, you have to be ready for it.
At Geigle|Morales, our criminal defense attorneys have more trial experience than most others in the Denver area. Our knowledge of the trial process is your advantage.
We Know What To Expect
We all know the saying “practice makes perfect.” While we would never claim to be perfect, we do have a unique understanding of the criminal trial process simply because we have been through it so many times. We know the processes and procedures involved, and often we know the people involved in your case.
As a former public defender and a former senior deputy district attorney, our lawyers have worked with many people in the justice system. We know what different judges expect, and we prepare accordingly.
We Know What It Takes To Be Successful
When we achieve a successful outcome for a client, it sticks with us. While no two cases are the same, our experience gives us unique insight into what works and what doesn’t. As we build your case, we will draw on our experience to create a strong criminal defense on your behalf.
Talent Can’t Make Up For Experience
There are many good lawyers in Colorado. However, being talented does not always make up for a lack of experience. If you have never done something — or only done it once or twice — it’s difficult to be fully prepared.
At our firm, we offer talent and experience. While we’ve taken countless cases to trial, we are also recognized for our skill. AnnMarie Spain has been named a Super Lawyer for several years, and both Anna Geigle and Phillip A. Geigle have been named Rising Stars by the Super Lawyers organization, which recognizes the top young attorneys in an area. Phillip and Anna have also been named to The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 list.
Learn More In A Free Consultation
Now that you understand why trial experience matters, don’t wait to get the help you need. In your first consultation, we will answer any other questions you have about the trial process and your specific case. Call us today at 303-731-2708 or request an appointment online.